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(CBS) It’s been a rough season for White Sox broadcaster Ken ‘The Hawk’ Harrelson.
The veteran broadcaster, who has been in the game for the better part of five decades, has admitted this season has been “hell on me.”
“To watch them, the way we’ve played, it’s hard to take,” Hawk said back in June. “Because we’re finding ways to beat ourselves. I’ve seen things on the basepaths I’ve never seen. We’re making huge mistakes in every aspect of the game with the exception of pitching.’’
That perceived hell didn’t get any easier Monday night when the Indians’ Jason Giambi became the oldest player in Major League Baseball’s history to hit a walk-off home run, en route to the White Sox’s fourth-straight loss.
After Giambi’s blast, Hawk went silent for 33 seconds.